To consume medical marijuana, you can:
How you take it is up to you. Each method works differently in your body. Smoking or vaporizing will make you feel the effects of cannabis almost immediately. However, it can take up to 2 hours for edibles to take effect.
- Smoke it
- Inhale it through a device called a vaporizer that turns it into a mist
- Eat it — for example, in a brownie or lollipop
- Apply it to your skin in a lotion, spray, oil, or cream
- Place a few drops of a liquid under your tongue
Reported side effects of medical marijuana include:
The drug can also affect judgment and coordination, which could lead to accidents and injuries. When used during the teenage years, when the brain is still developing, marijuana might affect IQ and mental function.
- Bloodshot eyes
- Fast heartbeat
- Low blood pressure
Why Choice is Important
First up, let’s talk about why choice is important in the first place.
After all, sometimes too many choices can be constricting, so why even risk losing a sale altogether due to an overabundance of options?
Because not having a choice is just as likely to keep a customer from purchasing, too.
Customers want (and need) to feel like they’re in control. Having options makes them more likely to want to make a purchase.
Plus, people have various tastes and preferences. One customer might want a sweet and mellow high that resides in the head, but another might want a clear head with a light-weight bodily sensation and yet another might want no psychoactive effect at all.
You need to be ready and willing to accommodate these different desires with multiple marijuana products.